Re: Very strange, multiple IP addresses on the same Ethernet card do not route properly

Guys, my feeling is that this may not be a Linux configuration issue,
but instead, the routing issue at my ISP. They may somehow not update
their network equipment when IPs come up. I will try to talk to them.


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